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New York Times crossword of September 15th, 2015 other clues
William ___, inventor of the steam shovel
Word with cap or opposite
___ rasa (clean slate)
'A priest and a dog walk into ___ ...'
'Finding ___'
'Looks ___ everything'
'Stop being so silly!'
'The daily diary of the American dream' sloganeer, for short
'Yes, ___'
Bob Seger's '___ Got Tonite'
Bolivian blossom
Chevron competitor
City at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône
Completely original
Dodge truck
Drove like a demon
Dvorák's 'O Silver Moon,' for one
Farmyard female
First monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va
First movie to top 'Titanic' at the box office
First obstacle in a 1967 R&B hit
Florida Gulf city, informally
Forecast around 32°
French 'is'
Frequent fliers
Geisha's sash
Grp. conducting raids
Grp. conducting raids in W.W. II
In ___ of
Jack Ryan's teaching post in Tom Clancy novels, briefly
John's 'bed-in' bedmate
K.C.-to-Detroit dir
Kristiania, after 1925
Lady's man
Light bulb unit
Like all students at Atlanta's Morehouse College
Major-league player from 32-Across
Meg of 'The Big Chill' and 'Agnes of God'
Morales of 'NYPD Blue'
Muppet with an orange nose
Not honor, as a promise
Not leave, as for something more important
Objective in the 1967 R&B hit
On the wagon
Ones in the closet?
Parks in 1955 news
Part of R&R
Person behind the hits?
Play the ponies, say
Product of the Nucor Corporation
Pulls in, as a salary
Ramadan observance
Ready money
Rides at the Renaissance Faire
Sch. in Greenwich Village since 1835
Scientology founder Hubbard
Second obstacle
Simple dress design
Snow clearer
Taiwanese computer brand
Telesthesia, for example
The Boy Scouts' 'Be Prepared,' e.g
They populate impound lots
Third obstacle
Tijuana gold
Title girl in a J. D. Salinger story
Totally blanks on
Where Nice is en France

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